Wu Zhijian being interviewed by Reuters Economic Times to discuss his views on Macro Economy and Equity Market.
A very good video clip from Business Insider to talk about the difference between China and India. Democracy and Economic development, which comes first? It seems that the China way is winning the argument for the moment.
I believe this video is worth watching. Chanos’ argument was very convincing and made him stand out against the China bull next to him. Chanos’ reasoning was convincing in the sense that he presented figures and facts, and reached his conclusion based on sound theoretical foundation. Read the rest of this entry »
Toyoo Gyohten is the president of the Institute for International Monetary Affairs (IIMA) and senior advisor to Bank of Tokyo-Mitsibushi. Recently Gyohten told media his view on China’s economic growth and RMB. In Gyohten’s view, China’s economic growth is facing three risks: 1) Aging of population; 2) increasing cost of production such as energy, water, etc and a higher focus on environment protection; 3) competition from other Asian economies such as India, Vietnam and Indonesia. According to Gyohten, China’s economic growth will slow down to 5% a year during 2020 and 2030, and he sees it a prudent forecast.
Jim Chanos is still bearish on China and still short property stocks and commodity stocks related to China. Obviously Chanos has been hurt recently. However, he still holds his view firm and thinks that China’s building boom will not end up well. Chanos will also show up in the coming movie: Wall Street 2 – Money never sleeps. Interestingly Chanos has never been to China.
With World’s Gold price continuing to challenge new highs, there is a rush of mania to buy more gold in China. Sky TV reports in Beijing the continuously hot demand for gold Read the rest of this entry »
Andy Mantel is the Managing Director of Pacific Sun Investment Management Ltd. During an interview with Bloomberg, Andy reckons that there are still downside potential for China’s property and Banking sector. Read the rest of this entry »
Nouriel Roubini has a nickname of ‘Dr Doom’. Recently on the interview with Bloomerg, Dr Roubini opinions that there is significant risk of slowdown in China. Read the rest of this entry »
Mark Faber is the author of ‘Gloom, Doom and Boom’. He is originally from Switzerland but has lived in Asia for long. Faber think that there is a bubble going on in China, Read the rest of this entry »
During the eighteen to nineteen century, UK is the world’s most powerful country from both economic and military perspectives. In the 21st century, however, Read the rest of this entry »
Ordos is a small city with about 1 million people in North China (Inner Mongolia). Thanks to the government’s stimulus program, the local government is equipped to throw cash in building impressive theaters and condominiums in a new site, Read the rest of this entry »
Doctor Satoshi Inomata is the Director of Institute of Developing Economies (JETRO) and he leads a lot of study on China’s economy. Recently Inomata San opinions that China’s economy is growing very healthy and its economic dominance is inevitable. Read the rest of this entry »
A video of China’s west part: Shan Xi province. Great change has taken place in this part of the country in the last 60 years, and big migration for millions of people due to economic reasons. This is a land with dramatic change almost every day, every hour.
Blind Mountain is a 2007 Chinese film directed by Li Yang and is Li’s first feature film since his 2003 debut Blind Shaft. It is also known as Road Home.
Like Li’s previous film, Blind Shaft, which dealt with the notoriously dangerous mining industry, Blind Mountain turns a sharply critical eye towards another one of China’s continuing social problems, this time selling women for marriage in modern day china.
Mardi Gras: Made in China – David Redmon – 2005
This film has zero narration and combines verite footage with sensitive interviews with four teenage workers in China who live inside a factory compound. They play with toys, jump rope, and dance. Yet, the majority of their days and nights consist of work, work, and work — but the footage of their work is illuminating and mesmerizing to watch. Read the rest of this entry »
Up the Yangtze – Yung Chang – 2007
Up the Yangtze (pinyin: yánjiāng érshàng; literally “Along the River”) is a 2007 documentary film directed by Chinese-Canadian director Yung Chang. The film focuses on people affected by the building of the Three Gorges Dam across the Yangtze river in Hubei, China. The theme of the film is the transition towards consumer capitalism from a farming, peasant-based economy as China develops its rural areas. The film is a co-production between the National Film Board of Canada and Montreal’s EyeSteelFilm with the participation of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, National Geographic Channel, P.O.V., SODEC, and Telefilm. The film is being distributed in the USA by Zeitgeist Films.
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